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Post-Punk Superheroes… in Spandex!

If you didn’t think frontmen of bands were heroes,  Butcher Billy’s new art series begs to differ. Illustrator extraordinaire and New Wave obsessive Billy dresses up his post-punk paragons – the likes of The Smiths and Joy Division – in spandex superhero suits: rhythmical justice dispensers painfully aware of their world and their own inner struggles. Or something. Billy […]


30th Anniversary Back to the Future Artwork

There’s no doubt Back To The Future is a classic piece of cinema – and artists around the world are celebrating its 30th anniversary by producing some proper artwork fit for the hallways of any man’s flat.. [via Slashfilm]


Back to the Future Monopoly

Monopoly is good just as Monopoly. It gets even better when its set in the Star Wars, Game of Thrones realms and now, wait for it, Hill Valley from BACK TO THE FUTURE! We’ve witnessed fan-made versions for a few years, but this is the first one to be officially endorsed. It will be available from USAOpoly in America […]

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The Sole Supplier App

  2014 was a great year for sneakers in the UK and Europe. The Sole Supplier was born in an effort to feed the growing market of sneakerheads with up-to-date information on sneaker release dates, news and culture. Over 300,000 monthly visitors now use the website to find confirmed stockists and links for the best […]


DeLorean Back to the Future II iPhone Case

Got a shiny new iPhone 6? And a fetish for defunct, wing-doored cars and early Michael J Fox films? Then Bandai has something for you, something very juicy indeed… The Back To The Future DeLorean iPhone 6 case with wheels in hover mode and fronts with flip-out options so you can gain access the side controls and camera. […]

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Circle Movie Posters

Nick Barclay has a love of movies and explains some of his favourites in this gallery using just circles. Yeah, he’s that clever. He’s basically exploring the limits of visual metaphors by creating extremely minimal movie posters. And he’s doing it rather well: less is indeed more when it comes to Barclay’s work. Some of his metaphors […]

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‘Thinking Clearly’ Philosophy Poster Series

Are you one of those people that loves ruminating on the philosophies of the great and the good but can never remember the most famous of the sayings when they arise in conversation. Annoying isn’t it? Well, fear not, as this poster series means that you can have the wise words of people like Dostoyevsky, Neitzsche in […]

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If J.R.R Tolkien Worked in Advertising…

A most excellent integration of Mr J.R.R Tolkien’s work into the corporate melting pot of our reality. And it works rather well, don’t you think? More efforts in the Comments should you so wish.

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Weapons of Choice

Luke Butland is The Man when it comes to being a talented illustrator of all things pop culture and has given an open invitation for commissions via his rather brilliant Weapon Of Choice series. This is his premise: “You pick a character/person who has used a weapon in some way or another. For example it could be James […]


Crimson Peak trailer

Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska and Jessica Chastain headline Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, and in terms of horror movies it’s just the fright from the blue we were looking for. Described as a ‘gothic horror story’, Del Toro’s premise go something like this: “In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between […]

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Etonic SS15 Sneakerhead collection

When Etonic do something, it stays done. Founded in 1876, it is one of the most iconic athletic footwear brands with a historic reputation for comfort, innovation, quality and performance: Arnold Palmer, Hakeem Olajuwon and a certain Fred Perry are just a few names who have reaped the rewards. In the 21st century Etonic are […]

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VW v Superheroes

You like VWs?  So do we! You like superhero comics? So do we! You’d like to somehow see a mish-mash of both? So would we! And in fact, we have. And here it is… Netherlands-based designer Chung Kong has made some of our favourite superheroes camper vans with their own inimitable twist. Expect to see a […]

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Rare and Wonderfully Eastern Bloc Star Wars Posters

It’s a Friday. You are hungry for a glimpse at the Star Wars universe you’ve not previously had. And we at Stash are at your service, as always. For these rare and rather wonderful selection of foreign Star Wars posters fulfil that brief rather nicely. Good, aren’t they? It’s Flash Gordon meets Franz Kafka for a […]

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Famous Signatures with an Intricate Twist

These get better the more you cannot spot what the twist is. Then you see it, and it’s magical. We love them. They are gleaned from the imagination of Swedish artist Patrik Svensson and are a flurry of fleeting, lovely, eye-catching excellence. You just know that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, J. M. Barrie and indeed Michael Jackson himself would […]

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Bloke draws Cool Star Wars Comicbook Panel Every Day for 2015

There’s a sci-fi film that we all know well that features various drama and action unfolding across the universe and there’s a bloke on a planet called Earth determined to turning every scene from said movie into a comicbook panel. The film is Star Wars (like, duh) and the artists is illustrator. Gerard ‘George’ Folz. […]


Resident Evil HD Remastered

Maybe people that play games aren’t happy unless they’re shooting something every second, or without some ‘LEVEL UP’ screen popping up every 5 minutes or so. We can’t remember the last game we played that took its time, and didn’t throw the kitchen sink at us every ruddy second, which is why Resident Evil HD […]


Superb movie maps

The brilliant work of map drawer extraordinaire Anthony Petrie, these wonderful movie-inspired cartographs are set to be shown off at the artist’s Gallery 1988 exhibit, Charts. Prints of Petrie’s work are available on Gallery 1988’s site now, you can see tonnes more brilliant bits of Petrie’s work on his site.

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iStock Photobombing

Matthew Vescovo did just that: “For years as an art director in advertising, I shifted through hundreds of stock photos and always felt like there was something off about them. Real people were doing real things we all do, but in the end it didn’t feel real. So in an attempt to inject some reality […]

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70s Rock Stars in their Parents’ Homes

From the LIFE archives, and found via DailyMail: In 1971, photographer John Olson photographed some of the most influential musicians of the time in their parents’ and grandparents’ homes: